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Mount a 1L Nalgene bottle upside down on a wall  +
Flat schematics like those for laser engravings and layouts  +
Mesh schematics like 3d-printable parts and assembled component files  +
This describes how to assemble the single-poke PCB  +
Hardware, Software, and other pages for presenting, manipulating, and recording audio  +
Cap for 1L Nalgene bottle that dispenses water with constant force despite bottle level  +
A modular box for training mouse-sized animals  +
An 8"x8" square guard that can be glued onto an 8"x8" acrylic panel.  +
Modified Panel that adds FED3 and Water bottle to Autopilot Behavior Box  +
Behavior Box Panel with hexagonal holes for sound transmission  +
Pegs to mount hex panels  +
Panel for mounting an assembled Autopilot Tripoke in an Autopilot Behavior Box  +
This panel is a remix of the normal panel, and provides mounting holes to mount a water bottle holder  +
Mount a SMC LED to the top of an Autopilot Behavior Box  +
Nosepoke cap to hold an IR Breakbeam sensor and an RGB LED for mouse-sized subject interaction.  +
Hold an 18g Needle!  +
Handles to attach to Autopilot Hex Panels  +
Hardware objects, tasks, and scripts as a part of the Autopilot Manuscript  +
Jigs to help position panels when building the Autopilot Soundproof Box  +
Tray to collect bedding material and fluids.  +
A panel of three mouse-sized nosepokes to sense behavioral input, for delivering water reinforcements and, give task feedback via an RGB LED  +
Mount three Autopilot Nosepokes on a Tripoke Panel for mouse-sized input and reward delivery  +
Water Bottle Holder for Autopilot Hex Panel  +
Rechargeable and not, storage of power  +
Bottom panel for the Autopilot Behavior Box  +
Digital video cameras, webcams, etc.  +
Chips with integrated logic, from simple ICs and just shy of single-board computers  +
Computers and computer parts, including single-board computers, microprocessors, and individual computer components like graphics cards, Raspberry Pi HATs, etc.  +
Guides for building primarily inert, structural objects  +
Computers, passive electronic components, and anything electrified  +
Guides for building electronic components from schematics and off-the-shelf parts  +
Recording and manipulating neural-electrical activity  +
Materials and guides for constructing behavioral arenas, enclosures around hardware components, and generally putting one thing inside another thing  +
Some fancy new hardware just for you!  +
Hardware for connecting things, like screws, brackets, and latches  +
Tubing and reservoirs and materials for managing liquids  +
Video cards, consumer and compute  +
Like Has Datasheet, but for cases when there is no PDF of a datasheet and the information is only available on an external URL  +
An analog amplifier for the Raspberry Pi  +
An integrated DAC and Amplifier for the Raspberry Pi  +
A combined DAC/ADC for the Raspberry Pi  +
Lights, LEDs, Lasers, Infrared Imaging  +
Standalone instruments  +
Function generator to generate parametric analog waveforms  +
Light Emitting Diodes, for light!  +
Set options particular to a particular language or location like keyboard layout and timezone  +
Delivering water rewards to many boxes with a gravity feed system  +
An attachable cap for the Neuralynx 32-channel EIB, to allow for chronic social-housing.  +
An Instrument that measures Voltage Waveforms  +
An Instrument that measures Voltage Waveforms  +
Printed circuit boards (and all other circuit schematics, even nonprinted ones)  +
Classes to control an array of stepper motors in a task to study depth perception from motion parallax  +
Off-the-shelf parts  +
Passive electronic components like resistors, transistors, solenoids, and so on  +
Technical challenges, common issues that have many possible approaches.  +
A widely-used, well supported single board computer  +
Expansion cards that follow the Raspberry Pi HAT standard, mounting and stacking on top of a Raspi  +
The primary operating system of the Raspberry Pi!  +
Hardware and discussion to deliver rewards and train animal behavior  +
Passive parts used to receive input, transducers, photosensors, levers, etc.  +
Single board computers and microcontrollers like the raspberry pi, arduino, teensy  +
This is a printed circuit board for a single nosepoke, with beam-break sensor, solenoid valve, tricolor LED, and passive circuit elements to control all of the above.  +
Electric solenoids to open and close valves or otherwise exert linear motion  +
Mount an ultrasonic HiVi RT1.3WE tweeter at an angle  +
Loudspeakers, passive and active  +
Parts for building things, supporting structures, latches, hinges, etc.  +
A hand-soldered board to power three solenoid valves to deliver water rewards to experimental subjects  +
A board to drive three 5V solenoid valves from a Raspberry Pi  +
double-PCB that powers three nosepokes worth of RGB LEDs and IR beam break sensors  +
Task to deliver an array of pure tones and white noise, along with timing signals. Just passive stimulus presentation, no responses or feedback from the subject. Designed to characterize auditory neuronal receptive fields.  +
Hardware, software, and guides for capturing, manipulating, recording, and encoding video  +
Task extensions for gap detection and speech perception Nafc protocols.  +
Wireless, IR triggered Optogenetic Illuminator  +
Circuit board for Wireless Optogenetic Illuminator Circuit  +
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